Temperature Management for Vaping CBD Oil

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Temperature Management for Vaping CBD Oil

A guest article by Natalie Gray, on behalf of Worldwide Marijuana Seeds.

Many vapers who use a modded vape ask if they can use our CBD E-juice in their device of choice. Due to the wide variety of vapes and mods on the market, we can only guarantee the effectiveness of our own CBD oil vape kit. However, if you wish to try using your own modded vape, please keep these temperature management tips in mind.

What is Temperature Management?

Temperature management of your modded vape allows you to pre-set temperature for the vaporizer coil so it won’t overheat. Once the temperature management feature detects that the coil hits your pre-set temperature value, it acts as a limiter and can change, restrict, or cut-off the power to the coil until the temperature falls below your pre-set temperature value.

Temperature management keeps your coil temperature at a set rate, regardless of what your vaping style is, whether or not it is for a small or massive inhale, direct or indirect inhales, or a marathon style chain vaping.

Cannabidiol Boiling Points

CBD can burn easily, it evaporates between 320 to 355°F depending on the product. Since vaping CBD oil is for health purposes, you will need to set up your vape mod accurately to release the CBD effectively.

Initial Temperature Management Setup

Setting up temperature management for the first time is easier than you might think. The first thing you should check is that your vaporizer is in the correct mode of temperature management for the kind of coil you are using.

Check your vaporizer, some have one temperature management mode that supports both Nickel and Titanium coils. It may also have another temperature management mode that supports Nickel or Titanium coils on an individually.

The second thing you should do once you attach the tank to your vape mod, is lock the base resistance of the coil as well as the temperature. Lockup within the base resistance of the coil at a certain temperature provides essential data for the temperature management tool in order to operate correctly.

It is vital to notice that this step is necessary within the setup method. Otherwise, the bottom resistance reading will not be properly set-up, and the temperature management readings will be inaccurate. At this time, you’ll be able to set the suggested electrical power for the coil. Check the indicated electrical power rating for the coil on your device’s manual sheet. The last and final step is choosing a temperature that your coil must not exceed at the desired temperature.

Recommended Temperatures

As with most vaporizer settings, it is always best to start at low and work up to a high temperature. Ordinary vaping temperatures are within the range of 302 – 428°F and, sometimes the heat can increase up to 40°F. Your personal preference and style can decide what temperature works best for you, you may notice that your preferences vary depending on the type of e-liquid.

Joules Vs. Wattage

Some newer vaporizers with temperature management are currently embracing an extra setting that allows you to decide on either Joule’s Mode or Electrical Power Mode. Therefore, what precisely is a Joule, and how does it compare to electrical power setting?

A Joule is just one approach to energy – A Joule basically measures energy. To be precise, a one-amp joule passes through a resistance of one Ohm per second. One watt is equal to one joule per second. Forty Watts for one second is equal to Forty Joules, Forty Watts for three seconds is equal to a hundred and twenty Joules, therefore, what does this mean for vaping?

Since this is often a reasonably new feature in vape devices, some vape mods may differ from others. However, those that we tend to be familiar with; the watts equal the Joules setting. Vaping at the Forty joules setting is equivalent to vaping at Forty Watts.    

Vaping Safe With Temperature Management

Nickel and Titanium coils are usually wrapped to low resistances and shouldn’t be utilized in a vaporizer that doesn’t have a temperature management feature. Nickel and Titanium coils are not suitable for extended use in vaporizers. However, pulsing the vaping coil intermittently in temperature management mode is considered safer. Always use regulated batteries for your vaporizer.


About the Author:

Natalie Gray is a Biochemical Engineer. She works in the Research and Development team that focuses on the design and construction of unit processes. She is a recreational marijuana supporter and her love for organic chemistry brought her to medical cannabis. She grows her own flowers, working on different projects and study everything above and under cannabis roots.

Edited by Melissa Scrivnor, Marketing Manager at Hookahzz.

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